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17th Oct '17 4:36:42 PM Crino37
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* In ''Videogame/LifeIsStrange'', [[spoiler: Mark Jefferson]] is a photographer that drugs and kidnaps teenage girls and then take shots of their looking desperate. Why does he do this? Just because of an obsession with the BreakTheCutie trope in his art work, according to his own words.

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* In ''Videogame/LifeIsStrange'', [[spoiler: Mark Jefferson]] is a photographer that drugs and kidnaps teenage girls and then take shots of their while the victims are looking desperate. Why does he do The reason of this? Just because of an An obsession with the BreakTheCutie trope in his art work, trope, according to his [[spoiler:his]] own words.
11th Oct '17 8:48:56 PM 64SuperNintendo
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27th Sep '17 2:06:42 AM BrokenEye
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* ''VideoGame/{{Laters of Fear}}'' casts the player character as one of these, wandering through his mansion home as seen ThroughTheEyesOfMadness while attempting to complete his final painting, leaving the player to try and figure out what caused his mental break, and what it drove him to do, based on the contents of his twisted hallucinations and paranoid delusions (with occasional help from fragmentary documents).
27th Sep '17 2:06:03 AM BrokenEye
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* ''VideoGame/{{Laters of Fear}}'' casts the player character as one of these, wandering through his mansion home as seen ThroughTheEyesOfMadness while attempting to complete his final painting, leaving the player to try and figure out what caused his mental break, and what it drove him to do, based on the contents of his twisted hallucinations and paranoid delusions (with occasional help from fragmentary documents).
26th Sep '17 12:13:30 AM Ghostninja109
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* One episode of ''Anime/HellGirl'' centers around an elderly dollmaker's increasingly [[KickTheDog cruel]] attempts to make her daughter-in-law, the VictimOfTheWeek, as close to the dolls she makes as it's possible for a living creature to be. Naturally, the old hag gets sent straight to Hell. [[spoiler:[[DownerEnding Then the poor woman's husband picks up right where his mother left off]].]]

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* One episode of ''Anime/HellGirl'' centers around an elderly dollmaker's increasingly [[KickTheDog cruel]] attempts to make her daughter-in-law, the VictimOfTheWeek, as close to the dolls she makes as it's possible for a living creature to be. Naturally, the old hag gets sent straight to Hell. [[spoiler:[[DownerEnding Then the poor woman's husband picks up right where his mother left off]].]]off. It's one of the few straight-up {{Downer Ending}}s of the first season.
26th Sep '17 12:10:39 AM Ghostninja109
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* One episode of ''Anime/HellGirl'' centers around an elderly dollmaker's increasingly [[KickTheDog cruel]] attempts to make her daughter-in-law, the VictimOfTheWeek, as close to the dolls she makes as it's possible for a living creature to be. Naturally, the old hag gets sent straight to Hell. [[spoiler:[[DownerEnding Then the poor woman's husband picks up right where his mother left off]].]]
12th Sep '17 12:38:15 AM wikkit
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** And John Blanche, the chief artist for Games Workshop, is honestly, truly, fucked in the head.
10th Sep '17 9:58:18 PM Doug86
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* Shortly after ComicBook/TheFantasticFour gained their powers, the Human Torch fought a guy named Wilhelm von Vile. [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer (Seriously, that was his name.)]] Originally a [[IneffectualSympatheticVillain rather incompetent counterfeiter]], he found a set of magical paints that could [[RealityWarper bring anything he painted to life.]] The Torch defeated him and supposedly destroyed the paints, but he showed up ''much'' later [[LongBusTrip (about thirty years)]] in SpiderMan's comic, where he used his paints to awaken the latent mutant powers of two unsuccessful performance artists, then enhance them, and form a team called the Avant Guard, with the goal of plunging New York into an ice age as their insane version of a "masterpiece". They were defeated by the combined efforts of Spidey and the Torch.

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* Shortly after ComicBook/TheFantasticFour the ComicBook/FantasticFour gained their powers, the Human Torch fought a guy named Wilhelm von Vile. [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer (Seriously, that was his name.)]] Originally a [[IneffectualSympatheticVillain rather incompetent counterfeiter]], he found a set of magical paints that could [[RealityWarper bring anything he painted to life.]] life]]. The Torch defeated him and supposedly destroyed the paints, but he showed up ''much'' later [[LongBusTrip (about thirty years)]] in SpiderMan's ComicBook/SpiderMan's comic, where he used his paints to awaken the latent mutant powers of two unsuccessful performance artists, then enhance them, and form a team called the Avant Guard, with the goal of plunging New York into an ice age as their insane version of a "masterpiece". They were defeated by the combined efforts of Spidey and the Torch.
8th Sep '17 1:37:31 AM PaulA
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** Richard Pickman from ''Pickman's Model''. He's an artist who is obsessed with painting grotesque pictures, and can produce extremely lifelike and frightening portraits of inhuman monsters [[spoiler:because he uses real ghouls as his models]].
** Also Erich Zann from ''The Music of Erich Zann'', who certainly seems somewhat crazy. He spends most of his time locked up in his apartment, playing his cello, and doesn't let anybody else hear him play. He does that because he believes that his music is the only thing that keeps {{Eldritch Abomination}}s from entering our dimension through his bedroom window. This being Lovecraft, he turns out to be right.
** Not to mention Cthulhu himself induces mad artistry around the world when the stars are right for his rising.

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** Richard Pickman from ''Pickman's Model''."Pickman's Model". He's an artist who is obsessed with painting grotesque pictures, and can produce extremely lifelike and frightening portraits of inhuman monsters [[spoiler:because he uses real ghouls as his models]].
** Also Erich Zann from ''The "The Music of Erich Zann'', Zann", who certainly seems somewhat crazy. He spends most of his time locked up in his apartment, playing his cello, and doesn't let anybody else hear him play. He does that because he believes that his music is the only thing that keeps {{Eldritch Abomination}}s from entering our dimension through his bedroom window. This being Lovecraft, he turns out to be right.
** Not to mention In "Literature/TheCallOfCthulhu", Cthulhu himself induces mad artistry around the world when the stars are right for his rising.
28th Jul '17 7:00:21 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* The Wrestling/NationalWrestlingAlliance has had [[LegacyCharacter two]] mad musicians known as Mariachi Loco, known for rambling on about tings tangibly related to upcoming matches while strumming their guitars. The second of which them would go on to win Wrestling/LuchaUnderground's Trios Title for The Disciples Of Death.[[/folder]]

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* The Wrestling/NationalWrestlingAlliance has had [[LegacyCharacter two]] mad musicians known as Mariachi Loco, known for rambling on about tings things tangibly related to upcoming matches while strumming their guitars. The second of which them would go on to win Wrestling/LuchaUnderground's Trios Title for The Disciples Of Death.[[/folder]]
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